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Translation of "prohibit" - English-Spanish dictionary

prohibit

verb   /prəʊˈhɪb·ɪt/ formal
to say by law that you must not do something prohibir Smoking is prohibited on most international flights.
(Definition of prohibit from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

prohibit

verb /prəˈhibit/
to forbid prohibir Smoking is prohibited.
prohibition /prəuiˈbiʃən/ noun
the act of prohibiting prohibición We demand the prohibition by the government of the sale of this drug.
a rule, law etc forbidding something prohibición The headmaster issued a prohibition against bringing knives into school.
(Definition of prohibit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “prohibit”
in Korean -을 법으로 금지하다…
in Arabic يَمْنَع…
in Malaysian melarang…
in French interdire…
in Russian запрещать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 禁止, 阻止, 妨礙…
in Italian proibire…
in Turkish yasaklamak, menetmek…
in Polish zabraniać, zakazywać…
in Vietnamese cấm…
in Portuguese proibir…
in Thai ห้าม…
in German verbieten…
in Catalan prohibir…
in Japanese ~を禁止する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 禁止, 阻止, 妨碍…
in Indonesian melarang…
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